Because of Marcus Hiles’ singular concept, the Dallas metro area has become more tastefully designed, and within the reach of the ever-growing number of people choosing to live there. An upscale atmosphere becomes immediately apparent to newcomers when they enter the gates of The Towers By The Park in Frisco. The luxurious centerpiece of this beautiful development is an infinity edge swimming pool, sitting by an adjacent tanning deck and series of cabanas which create a relaxing oasis environment. Couple the covered outdoor kitchen, picnic area, and barbecue station with the catered community social events and it becomes clear that residents of The Towers By The Park enjoy a home with hotel amenities.
Across Marcus Hiles’ 15,000 upmarket residences throughout Texas, cellulose sound insulation gives tenants their own hideaway from the outside world. While the properties exhibit the developer’s dream of community-centric features, including shared recreation centers and championship golf courses, Hiles respects the need for residents’ private home life—one without any audible interference from the world outside or next door. Full depth cellulose is exceptionally effective in its mission to prevent intrusive sound. While most insulation provides some noise reduction by inhibiting sound from traveling through walls and between floors, dense packing cellulose weakens volumes by limiting the passage of sound along cavities in a building’s structure. According to the Cellulose Insulation Manufacturers Association, cellulose insulation products have an NRC (Noise Reduction Coefficient) rating ranging upwards of .80 or higher, meaning that it absorbs 80% or more of the sound with which it comes into contact. Roughly three times more dense than standard fiberglass, this insulation is nothing short of a drastic improvement over other common types of home insulation.
Dallas-based property development expert Marcus Hiles has responded to a report from the Texas Association of Realtors outlining of an upswing in Texas home sales during 2016’s first quarter. The release is based on statistics garnered from the Data Relevance Project, details several key market indicators for buyers, sellers, and residential construction entrepreneurs. According to the release, Texas saw a 7.8 percent upsurge in the number of residences sold in the state for Q1 2016 compared to the same period in 2015.